Until I make a better one anyways.
My soundclick profile.
On page 7, I said:
Yes, in an interview Matt and Trey revealed the boys' weights (of course, they're much less than a real-life third or fourth grader because the boys are supposed to be tiny, and because it just seems funnier). Kenny was 56 pounds, Stan was 63, Cartman was 117, and Kyle was 44. Matt explained that it was supposed to be another Jewish stereotype exaggerated.
Yes, Kyle still weighs much less than the other boys, but no one of age eight and nine weighs 25 pounds.
And Shantrac, I'm only angry at you because you keep spamming! I'd think you'd get the point the fifth time I asked you to stop. I have nothing against you or Stan, but please try to stay on topic in the future, okay?
Anyway, back to the subject: These people must just be making up information! As funny as it is, you'd think they would at least TRY and access the right stuff. I'm wondering if they even had permission from Matt and Trey or Comedy Central.
EDIT: Krono, your post disapeared! Did you delete it?
If they had the right info for the card, it would make it be a lot better.
EDIT: Yeah, I deleted it because it really didn't make much sense there anymore. But then you posted righ tafter so it made it look like you were talking to yourself. Sorry. ^^;
Kuza wrote:Kyle betrayed Stan a few times...
Hey, it's not as if Stan is any amazing friend either. In "South Park is Gay" he called Kyle a "whiny gaywad", and had been accusing him of being straight before the boys reverted back to their usual attire. He's ditched Kyle many times, and it's not as if he ever defends Kyle against Cartman.
They have both betrayed each other at times, actually. They're children, though. Children get in petty arguments sometimes. Stan left Kyle in "South Park is Gay," and Kyle (well, everyone, actually...) left Stan in "Douche and Turd." I have had grievances with my friends at times too. It's what makes the world go roooound...
Lonely_Joo_1997 wrote:They have both betrayed each other at times, actually. They're children, though. Children get in petty arguments sometimes. Stan left Kyle in "South Park is Gay," and Kyle (well, everyone, actually...) left Stan in "Douche and Turd." I have had grievances with my friends at times too. It's what makes the world go roooound...
Don't forget their fight in "Prehistoric Ice Man".
"His name...is GORAK!"
"His NAME...is STEVE!"
I hope that made sense. ^^;
Kuza wrote:I loved that episode. That long "Heeeeelp" and then a thump sound was priceless, and so was the string of obsceneities that Kyle yelled up at Cartman.
Yeah, that was great! And I loved how when Steve/Gorak came up to them and then they panned to show Kyle "pinning down" Stan; it looked more like he was hanging on him if you ask me.
Either way, is it wrong for me to think of that shot as looking kind of ...*wrong*?
Wait a second...that makes Stan and Kenny sound chunky, but they don't seem to be...
I'm confused. Let's just go with, "Kyle's thin, and Cartman's the only one that's overweight."
And Kimmy, you're the only one who could think of that, you pervert. XD
Tweeks_Coffee wrote:Is this more or less what you're talking about Kim?
You want to hear something sad? That picture was featured at the South Park Slash site by someone who wrote explicit stories involving those two. She insisted that it implied... something else... ...Anyway... !
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